Inclusive Language Check

Make Your Communication
Bias Free

Make your writing inclusive and connect with your audience. A must-have for your DEIB goals!

Inclusive Language Check

See How It Works

Check out the easy walk-through video and get started with Inclusive Language Check in no time. It is a detailed step-by-step tutorial to help you use Trinka to its fullest.

Have more questions? Browse through our FAQs here.

Gender-coded words

Gender-coded words are terms of stereotypes or expectations related to masculinity or femininity. Whether in training ML models, creating job posts, or performance reviews, using inclusive language enhances appeal and helps create an equitable environment.

Feminine-coded word

Remote management skills are strong, but for even stronger team bonds, invest in interpersonalpeople development.

Masculine-coded word

Seeking passionate candidates determinedkeen to create unforgettable adventures for our clients.

Feminine-coded word

You have shown complete commitmentdedication to the wellbeing of our students.

Inclusive Language Checker
Evaluates Content for these Biases

Utilize our inclusive language checker to create content that is inclusive of all, and remove these six biases.

Gender Bias

Bias for or against a particular gender.

  • eg:
  • chairman
  • chairperson

Disability Bias

Bias for or against individuals with disabilities.

  • eg:
  • depressive patients
  • patients with depression

Racial Bias

Bias for or against certain races/ethnic groups.

  • eg:
  • Cakewalk
  • Easy

Religious Bias

Bias for or against certain religions.

  • eg:
  • Christian name
  • First name

Nationality Bias

Bias for or against individuals of certain nationalities.

  • eg:
  • gypped
  • cheated

Age Bias

Bias for or against certain age groups.

  • eg:
  • elderly
  • older adults

Explore our AI-powered Inclusive
Language Check


Inclusive Language Check

AngloIndians in todays world.docx

  • 27 Total errors

Religiously, Anglo-Indians are predominantly active current

Gender-coded Words

This word is masculine coded. It means that women and non-binary people may unconsciously find this word dissuading, particularly when reading job descriptions and performance feedback. Consider replacing it with gender-neutral word. Choose from the words that best fit your context.



Christian, following various denominations such as Roman Catholicism, Anglicanism, and Protestantism. Their religious practices often incorporate hindoo cultural elements, resulting in a distinctive blend of Western and Indian religious customs. There are often normal healthy participants who are battling diabetes. Their conditions are often compared with Latinos. The young are man enough strong enough to work hard and earn their keep while on their maiden voyage first voyage. Some people are also considered hindoo.

Challenges and Identity Evolution
Throughout history, Anglo-Indians faced challenges in finding acceptance and a secure identity within both Indian and British societies. Despite being born and raised in India and being man of the world, they often experienced discrimination from both communities and sometime blackmail extortion. This marginalization led directed to the creation of a strong sense of community and identity among Anglo-Indians, as they sought to preserve their distinct heritage and culture. The elderly Older adults among them are often wheelchair-bound use a wheelchair. The percentage of senile and baby boomers is at an all time high.

Suitable For


Authors can utilize our technology to ensure their writing is unbiased, inclusive, and equitable. Our tool aids in crafting content that respects and represents diverse perspectives and audiences.

Talent Acquisition Teams

Talent acquisition teams can create unbiased and inclusive job descriptions, job listings, policy documents, and agreements, fostering a diverse and inclusive work environment.

AI Companies

AI companies can use our tool for data cleaning and balancing to remove or adjust biased data points, ensuring equitable representation in their data.


Educators can use our tool to teach students about bias detection, promote inclusivity, and foster fair and unbiased writing.


Professional editors can make use our report to identify and rectify potential bias in the documents that they edit contributing to more equitable and inclusive written content.

Language Learners

Individuals learning a new language can benefit from this report to identify and correct biased language usage, helping them develop a more culturally sensitive and inclusive writing style.

For Enterprise

Inclusive Language Check API

Trinka's real-time checks provide instant writing corrections and Inclusive Language alerts custom built to power applications like learning platforms, editors, chat applications, etc.

  • Flexibility to pass on lines, paragraphs, or larger text collections
  • Simple response payload for all input formats
  • Flexibility to pay by text volume or per API call
inclusive language check api

Frequently Asked Questions

Trinka AI's Inclusive Language Check is an advanced tool that helps you identify and eliminate potential biases in your writing. It analyzes your content for six key categories of bias: gender, race, age, religion, disability, and sexual orientation and identity.

Trinka AI's Inclusive Language Check uses sophisticated natural language processing (NLP) algorithms to identify patterns and language indicators that may suggest potential biases. It then provides suggestions for how to rephrase your language to be more inclusive and respectful.

Using inclusive language is essential for creating a welcoming and respectful environment for all. By eliminating harmful biases in your writing, you can help to ensure that everyone feels included and valued.

Examples of biased language include:

  • Gender bias: Using gender-specific language when not necessary, such as referring to all doctors as "he" or "him."
  • Racial bias: Using stereotypes or assumptions about different racial groups.
  • Age bias: Using language that perpetuates age-related stereotypes, such as referring to older people as "frail" or "slow."
  • Religious bias: Making assumptions or insensitive comments about someone's religion.
  • Disability bias: Using language that is insensitive or inaccurate about people with disabilities.
  • Sexual orientation and identity bias: Using language that is not inclusive of all sexual orientations and identities.

Yes, Trinka AI's Inclusive Language Check will be available as a Word add-in soon. It seamlessly integrates with Microsoft Word to help you identify and eliminate potential biases in your writing.

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